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  • Hi, In case you wanted to attend the business meeting but were unable to, we have a recording! Here is the link . Our wonderful secretary Ruth took minuets and those will also be shared.  We had a couple questions about finances come up. I asked our liaison Elaine and she has provide the information about the new process for accessing association ...

  • FYI...Seen on another list. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Office is offering 3, MLA CE classes in July about PubMed. July 14, 2020: How PubMed Works: Introduction https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://nnlm.gov/class/how-pubmed-works-introduction/25788__;!!Dq0X2DkFhyF93HkjWTBQKhk!GZ5V6J3RDauBofNzyrvwF2nmK-Htk-dnDb6aQoAS8YUt4ceGoD_b-QCpSJRGKlbP7WGaaQxj$ ...

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    Hi all, in case you haven't already, give our Biomedical Division/Community's social media a like or a follow: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SLADBIODivsion/ On Twitter: @dbiosla And feel free to send me alerts or any info that you would like posted to these accounts. Thanks so much. Darra Ballance, MLIS dballance@augusta.edu ...

  • Hi all. I hope everyone is having a good summer and still staying safe and healthy. This is a reminder about our business meeting tomorrow, June 24th, 2:30-3:30pm Eastern via Zoom (link below). We hope you can join us. We will be joined by our SLA Board liaison, Elaine M. Lasda, for the first part of the meeting. She will be there to answer any ...

  • Please excuse any cross-posting. (via Royden Jones, HSLI President) The Health Science Librarians of Illinois (HSLI) 2020 Conference, previously scheduled for September 2-4 at Starved Rock Lodge & Conference Center (located in Oglesby, IL), has been cancelled. It is rescheduled for Wednesday, October 27, through Friday, October 29, 2021 , ...

  • Hello all, It is time for the next issue of Biofeedback and this time we want to focus on you. We want to hear your work-from-home/living in a pandemic stories. Perhaps even some re-opening stories! The pandemic isn't the only crisis we are currently facing and we also want to hear stories in regards to recent events. How is your library implementing ...

  • Hello! We will be having our business meeting on June 24th 2:30-3:30pm Eastern via Zoom (link below). We hope you can join us.  We will be joined by our SLA Board liaison, Elaine M. Lasda, for the first part of the meeting. She will be there to answer any question we may have. See below for the full agenda of the meeting. If you have any new business ...

  • Hi All, The Spring 2020 issue of  Biofeedback has been reposted at:  http://dbiosla.org/publications/pubs/biofeedback/Spring2020.pdf  . Someone found that our link to the  Biofeedback poll was bad. Please do take the poll and also check out our Feature Article in this issue! Best wishes, Lori ------------------------------ Lori Bronars Life Sciences ...

  • FYI, if you haven't seen: The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) and Elsevier , a global information analytics business specializing in science and health, are delighted to announce a new partnership to publish the ASBMB's Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), Molecular & Cellular Proteomics ...

  • ***apologies for cross-posting***   This summer, Cornell University Library will host two unique training sessions with opportunities for you to hone your systematic review and evidence synthesis skills. The workshops will take place synchronously via Zoom and are free to participants!  Space is limited and registrants will be assessed in ...

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  • SLA-MN Book Discussion of A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota

    Let's meet virtually to discuss A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota on Monday, August 10, at 7:00 pm. If you can't obtain a print copy to read, the ebook is made available to all Minnesotans this summer via Ebooks Minnesota and One Book | One Minnesota.

    To access the ebook, simply visit https://library.biblioboard.com/module/one-book-one-minnesota/ and click the book cover image to start reading on your phone, computer, or other device. (Creating an account is NOT required on the biblioboard platform, unless you want to save favorites or add notes.)

    This event will be free though requires registration via the link below. There will be time for an icebreaker and networking, in addition to the book discussion. Hope to see you then!
  • Staying safe, staying healthy, and staying home

    Hello New Jersey,  
    First and foremost, I am hoping that you and your loved ones are healthy, safe, and trying to find silver linings in this uncertain time. NJ.gov has resources available for learning more about COVID-19, keeping healthy, monitoring symptoms, and other information for public health and safety.    
    The spread of the virus has put a lot of our lives, careers, and even our own optimism on hold, but I do want to share some positivity and updates for our community members.
    The New Jersey Program Planning Committee had their first virtual round table! The event was held on April 3 during lunch, and had ten attendees sharing our “new normal” experiences (and grievances) with work and life. The committee would like to continue these programs and will announce the upcoming virtual round tables. Look out for more events similar to this one and find out how you can get involved or lead one of the discussions. 
    As our state is instructed to continue practicing physical distancing for the foreseeable future, many of our planned events will be pushed back into the fall. This includes the 85th anniversary celebration that was originally planned for later this April. The event will be held in late September this year at the same location, the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick, NJ. More details will follow as our state continues to slow the spread of the virus. 
    At the association level, the annual conference (typically held in June) is now rescheduled for October 15-19, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina. 
    I know we’re all eager to leave our house, hug loved ones, run a quick errand, make plans (then cancel plans!), and just have our lives back but it’s going to take time. Being in the field that we’re in, I know we’ll be vigilant about following the best practices for keeping our community safe and healthy, while sticking to the facts and the new reality the virus has forced on us. We’ll get through it, and we’ll do so by supporting each other (and for now, keeping our physical distance). 
    If there are any resources you need, I encourage you to review the New Jersey COVID-19 site. You can also find someone to talk to by dialing 1-866-202-HELP (4357) for free, confidential support. Of course, if you’re interested in getting involved in our SLA community, please feel free to reach out to me directly. 
    I like to take time to thank our program committee chair, Linda Salvesen on her flexibility and quick actions to create virtual programs this spring. I would also like to thank Julie Peters for her swift efforts to reschedule the 85th anniversary event. 
     
    Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay home, good things will come. 
     Thank you,
    Angela Pagliaro
  • Register Now for SLA Kentucky Spring Tour and Business Meeting

    Kentucky Chapter's next meeting will be held Friday, April 17, 2020 at the Kentucky Talking Book Library.

    The deadline to register is Monday April 6, 2020.

    Since there is no charge to reserve the room and tour, there will be no charge to attend the meeting. The only expense is if you choose to attend lunch. You may view the lunch menu here: https://serafinifrankfort.com/menu/lunch/.

    After the tour and meeting, attendees are invited to attend a dutch-treat lunch at Serafini which is located three miles from the KY Talking Book Library at: 243 W Broadway St, Frankfort, KY 40601.